Readaway 2.0

Let your ears do the reading.

* Scan any document or book page to listen to
* Bookmark and store your articles and blog posts offline - Minus the ads and pop-ups
* Type or copy-paste text to convert to audio to proofread
* Listen to articles and blog posts in 22 languages in 60+ voices
discussion
Would you recommend this product?
3 Reviews1.0/5
Mihir Panchal
Maker
Sr. Product Manager for RBC MyAdvisor
Why did I make Readaway? I read several books at a time. Sometimes I come across articles on twitter/hacker news etc.. which are too long to read, but I am on the move, want to rest my eyes or both. I have to commute to work - take the train/street car or drive occasionally. I like my commute to be fun and productive. I researched some of the existing solutions and found that none of them offered a great user experience - an excellent listening experience, physical paper to voice conversion, bookmarking, and a few other things. I created Readaway to help me scan a book so that I can listen to the next few pages and maintain my continuity without straining my eyes while on the move. While at it, I also added a way to do the same with webpages/articles/blog posts/text. It serves as a great bookmarking tool for me too. Which other use cases do you think Readaway solves?
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Anna Filou
Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
Android version on its way or nah? :)
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Mihir Panchal
Maker
Sr. Product Manager for RBC MyAdvisor
@anna_0x Hi Anna! Will definitely make the Android version soon. Need to fully understand the iOS product market fit first.
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Mihir Panchal
Maker
Sr. Product Manager for RBC MyAdvisor
This is the second major iteration of Readaway. Please share any constructive/positive feedback. Particularly, want to know which kinds of users is this most useful for.
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JuanJoCIO and Co-founder in Froged.com
I think it's a great idea, but I'm an Android user. I will look for a friend to try it!
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John Higgins
VP of Marketing
Wavenet?
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